Feed is a general term for the food of all animals raised by human. In a narrow sense, feed mainly refers to the food of animals raised in agriculture or animal husbandry. Feed includes more than ten varieties of feed ingredients such as soybeans, soybean meal, corn, fish meal, amino acids, miscellaneous meal, additives, whey powder, oil, bone meal, cereals, sweet sorghum.
Range: Fish meal, formula feeds for starter and growing-finishing pigs, formula feeds for chickens, soybean meal for feedstuffs, soybean phospholipids for feed additives, compound premix for laying hens, and trace minerals and vitamins premix for dairy cattle
Items: arsenic, lead, fluorine, chromium, mercury, cadmium, iodine, selenium, total phosphorus, calcium, mold, salmonella, total colonies, lactic acid bacteria, bifidobacterium, clostridium perfringens, vibrio parahaemolyticus, bacillus cereus, coli bacteria group, yeast count, lactobacillus acidophilus, cyanide, nitrites, free gossypol, crude protein, crude fat, moisture, ash, fineness of pulverization, mixing uniformity, crude fiber, water-soluble chlorides, BHC, DDT, penicillins, chloramphenicol, chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, clenbuterol, salbutamol, ractopamine, terbutaline, sulfonamides, metronidazole, dimetronidazole, nitrofurazone, nitrofurantoin, furaltadone, furazolidone, quinolones, phenylethanolamine A, malachite green, leucomalachite green, tony red, melamine, zearalenone, aflatoxin B1, aflatoxin B2, aflatoxin G1, aflatoxin G1, rhodamine B, benzoic acid and sorbic acid